Employee Wellbeing Check

A 1-2-1, personalised coaching session for employees from our wellbeing experts. Your session will focus on small, achievable lifestyle modifications you could make to improve your wellbeing — both at home and at work.

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What is wellbeing?

Wellbeing is the state of being comfortable, healthy and happy in ourselves and our bodies. Quite literally, it’s simply ‘being well’. While many of us are fortunate enough to be confident in what we need to do to maintain our wellbeing, some find it challenging.

This can occur in both our personal and professional lives, where we might face situations that lead us to forget to prioritise our wellbeing.

It’s no wonder — our ways of working have changed, and some may be finding these changes difficult or be concerned about any number of factors unique to them. It can be tricky to identify what’s impacting your wellbeing and therefore tricky to make those changes and access the appropriate support.

The Wellbeing Check from Unum

For those who are finding it difficult to manage their wellbeing, Unum offers employees of our Group Income Protection customers a 1-2-1 telephone Wellbeing Check from our in-house professionals.

Expert guidance

Our in-house team has expertise in areas including occupational therapy and psychology, counselling and nursing

Self-management techniques

Guidance how you can self-manage your wellbeing if you find you're struggling again in the future

Realistic changes

We'll help you form realistic goals to improve your work performance, mood, energy and productivity
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How does it work?

During the session, one of our expert coaches will consider all aspects of your wellbeing — mental, physical and social — and provide a report with recommendations to help you get connected with the right tools and resources to help improve and maintain your wellbeing.

Overall, the Wellbeing Check can proactively support your wellbeing so you can thrive in the workplace and at home.

If you are covered by your employer’s Unum Group Income Protection Insurance, you can request a Wellbeing check for yourself — but first it’s important to know if this is the right option to provide the support you need.

Is a Wellbeing Check right for me?

Wellbeing Checks are for employees experiencing one or more of the following:

  • Still working (if you’re off sick, please speak with your employer about our absence management or rehabilitation services)
  • Living with a long-term condition but not struggling with that condition at the time (support for long-term conditions is available from Unum via your employer)
  • Seeing a noticeable change to your wellbeing
  • Feel like you are facing too many recommendations on how to improve your wellbeing and ‘feel your best’, but aren’t sure where to turn

If you answered yes to any of these, a Wellbeing Check may be right for you. To get yours booked in, all we need is for you to click the link below. There you’ll find a referral and consent form; once you’ve filled it in, we’ll be in touch to book your Wellbeing Check with one of our in-house experts.

Self-referral form

How our Wellbeing Checks help

Each of the employees in need we’ve provided Wellbeing Checks to over the years has had their own unique set of circumstances. That’s why we provide tailored support to each and every individual who needs us.

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Can employers make a Wellbeing Check referral?

Yes, this is possible.

As an employer, you can make a Wellbeing Check referral for an employee covered by your Unum Group Income Protection policy who is having difficulty in areas such as:

  • Their workload
  • Dealing with change
  • Working from home/returning to the office
  • Time management
  • Work/life balance
  • Motivation
  • Personal stressors
  • Resilience
  • Self-care
  • Overall wellbeing.

Our health professionals have expertise in a wide range of areas, including occupational therapy, occupational psychology, counselling, physiotherapy and nursing, so are able to support with a multitude of wellbeing-related concerns.

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